What to Expect

Sunday morning services at the Angelus Theatre

No Surprises
Surprise isn’t always a good thing.  We want you to know what to expect when you visit Utah Valley Church on a Sunday morning. Here are some questions you might have before attending a service.

What kind of church is this?
Utah Valley Church is all about Jesus. We’re a non-denominational Christian Church.

What should I wear? 
Most people dress fairly casual, but some people like to wear their Sunday best. Wear what makes you feel comfortable for worship.

What are services like?
We currently offer a very simple family integrated service which consists of several contemporary worship songs and a time of Bible teaching. Communion (sacrament or the Lord’s supper) is also made available at this time. Take some time to hang out before each service and enjoy hot cocoa or coffee.

What about my kids?
We love kids at Utah Valley Church! While kids of all ages are always welcome to attend our main gathering, we also have some classrooms available:

  • Ages 3-5: Bible lesson and craft, snacks, and free play
  • Ages 0-3: For infants and toddlers not quite ready for crafts, we have a nursery, including snacks for toddlers. (When not available due to staffing needs, both age groups meet in the same classroom.)

A couple doors down from our main gathering at the Angelus Theater, our classrooms are located at 185 N. Main Street (accessible from the rear parking lot). Our children’s area uses a secure check-in process and is always staffed with at least one teacher per classroom in addition to monitoring from both on-site security volunteers and cameras.

Will I feel comfortable?
Utah Valley Church is a very accepting community. You might meet people from a wide variety of backgrounds including traditional Christians, LDS, polygamists, and other faiths and experiences. You may be unique, but you won’t be the only unique one!

Where does Utah Valley Church meet?
Click to see a map: 165 N Main St – Spanish Fork, UT 84660

What Not to Expect

Don’t expect a traditional church building
We meet for Sunday morning services at the Angelus Theatre in downtown Spanish Fork, so don’t expect a traditional church building. We also meet throughout the week in homes across the city.

For questions not addressed on this page, send us a message, we’d love to get an answer for you!